Economist/journalist/author Chris Farrell on "Conversations from St. Norbert College" television show
Beginning Friday, October 1
From St. Norbert College, September 24, 2010
by Stephen Schumacher, firstname.lastname@example.org, (920) 403-3089
Quinn, author, professor and one of the country's leading sports economists, takes over for previous host Michael Marsden.
Farrell is the economics editor for Marketplace Money, American Public Media's nationally syndicated personal finance program on public radio. An award-winning journalist, Farrell is a regular contributor to Marketplace Morning Report and is the chief economics correspondent for American Public Media's documentary unit, American Radio Works, as well as Minnesota Public Radio. In addition, Farrell regularly writes for Bloomberg Business Week and the Star Tribune.
Farrell recently wrote a book, "The New Frugality: How to Consume Less, Save More and Live Better, " which emphasizes changing the way we live to make the most of what we have and promoting moderation for individual financial health.
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